By the Tri-City Herald Editorial Board February 26, 2018 Last week, at political warp speed, the Legislature approved its own exemption to the state Public Records Act. Senate Bill 6617 was worked out quietly by leaders of the four legislative caucuses and rushed through within 48 hours of being introduced to lawmakers. The bill was … Continued
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With your support in 2016, I was able to return to Olympia and continue representing you. As your State Representative, I have worked every day to stand up to special interests and fight for our children and grandchildren, working people, small business owners, veterans, and seniors.
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